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Reasons to Invest in India’s Robust Economy

Reasons to Invest in India’s Robust Economy

India is one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. According to the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), India’s GDP is expected to grow at 9.1 percent in 2021-22. Despite the two waves of the pandemic, the growth outlook for India’s economy is highly optimistic. A major factor for this resilient growth is FDI in India. Foreign direct investment (FDI) inflow is a significant contributor to any country’s progress. It is one of the best sources…

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Why Do People Prefer to Invest in India’s Real Estate Market?

Why Do People Prefer to Invest in India’s Real Estate Market?

The real estate sector is one of the attractive sectors globally. If we look from the perspective of India, it is one of the pillars of the country’s economy with the second highest employment generator sector after agriculture. There are as many as 220 related industries in the industry. The sector currently contributes over 7% to the economy and is expected to increase to 13% by 2025 if the reform ideas proposed are correctly implemented. The business has evolved into…

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The Role of Loans for a Business to Invest in India

The Role of Loans for a Business to Invest in India

During the start of a new company, one of the most common circumstances for taking business loans is. Depending on the ability to gain good money, it wants a good project study. The lender definitely needs the return of the balance of the loan to be guaranteed. The future profit power of the planned enterprise must be expressed in your project analysis. A business loan will give you the ability to turn your business plan into a future earning enterprise…

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Why Foreign Investors Want To Readily Invest In India?

Why Foreign Investors Want To Readily Invest In India?

Foreign direct investment or FDI is an important factor that facilitates economic development of a country. It is a type of investment from an entity residing outside the country where the investment is to be made. It is characterized by a controlling ownership or by extension, a lasting interest in the business. This controlling ownership is given to the foreign investor by the means of assigning at least 10 per cent voting rights in the company. Foreign direct investment is…

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FDI India- Getting Foreign Funds Now Easy

FDI India- Getting Foreign Funds Now Easy

Foreign direct investment or FDI is when a foreign investor invests in a business that has its roots in another country. This type of investment is made with the intent of a ‘lasting interest’ in the business of another country. This lasting interesting is established when the foreign investor (individual or organization) gets a minimum of 10 per cent of voting rights in the business based in another country, as per OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development). A controlling…

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